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Who were the ancient Sardinians? The mystery of the origins and the Nuragic language

Sardinia, with its history, customs and its lively language represents an inimitable unicum. So sunny, simple and frank like its population, as mysterious sentinel of a glorious and unknown past. A past that lives in the hearts of the Sardinian … Read More

Mysteries of Rome, volume 2: The Alchemical Door and the lost Villa Palombara

Rome is the city in the word that mostly evokes ancient glories and extraordinary historical events. Moving along the stone pavement leading to the Colosseum until the Circus Maximus, or moving across the Imperial Fora and the triumphal arches of … Read More

History and mysteries of the Knights Templar
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    The Sigillum of the Knights Templar, a symbol of brotherhood.   Introduction The order of the Pauperes commilitones Christi templique Salomonis (Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon) was born in Holy Land during the … Read More

The last day of Lucius Vetutius Placidus in Pompeii
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  On the slopes of the Mount Vesuvius, in the quiet city of Pompeii, Indagini e Misteri tells the chronicle of a dramatic day. The life of Lucius Vetutius Placidus is the pretext to reconstruct the events of that tragic … Read More

Myths and rituals of ancient Sardinia
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The meaning of the rite. Since the dawn of humanity, and simultaneously with the development of the first civilizations, complex systems of rituals and symbols were born. The term rite derives from the Sanskrit, rta, which means order, repetition. The … Read More

The mysteries of Sardinia
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An extraordinary island located in the midst of the Mediterranean sea, ancient and unknown civilizations, imposing megalithic constructions: Indagini e Misteri comes to Sardinia to lead a fascinating adventure. Where the mother earth and the rock merge in a mystic … Read More

A journey into the past in Paestum
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Visiting the Archaeological Park of Paestum means travelling back in history. The site contains, as in a gap of a universe suspended in time, millennia of extraordinary history, which can be reached along its stony paths. From prehistory to the … Read More

The Lion-man, the oldest sculpture in the world

In 1939, during a series of archaeological excavations at the Hohlenstein-Stadel cave in Germany, some fragments of a singular sculpture were found. It was immediately called “the Lion-Man”. However, the most extraordinary detail is not the curious features, but rather … Read More

The sword in the stone, the myth begins in Tuscany
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  A proud knight, the Holy Grail, the sword in the stone and … Camelot … or maybeTuscany! In the midst of enchanting natural landscapes, in a place of essential mysticism and extraordinary artistic importance, is located the Hermitage of … Read More